Free Greek and Hebrew Paradigm Charts

Greek and Hebrew Paradigm Charts

Have you ever been working through a Greek grammar and found yourself forgetting the ending for the first person singular pluperfect active indicative of a verb? Or translating a text where the meaning of the verse depends on the ending—and you’ve forgotten the ending?

If you’ve found yourself bogged down by rote memorization and you easily forget your Greek and Hebrew forms, these new Greek and Hebrew Paradigm Charts from Logos Bible Software can help.

They are useful for all levels of study—whether you’re a seminary student, or you simply want to refresh your memory from courses you may have taken years ago. Use them as handy reference guides while learning Greek and Hebrew.

The thick, glossy cardstock withstands your bags, folders, briefcases, backpacks, binders, notebooks, and whatever else you might store them in. They are clear and easy to read, and their 6×9 size makes them convenient enough to carry around with you to the library, the coffee shop, or wherever else you study.

You can order a 10-pack for only a dollar to share with your friends, or download the PDF right now for free!

These charts show you:

  • Endings for strong verbs: Qal, Niphal, Piel, Pual, Hiphil, Hophal, Hithpael
  • Endings for Hebrew nouns
  • Table of Hebrew numbers
  • Greek verb endings for indicative, subjunctive, imperative, infinitives, and participles in the active, middle, and passive voices
  • Declensions of nouns, including articles, pronouns, and indefinite pronouns

Greek and Hebrew Paradigm Charts are perfect for first- and second-year Greek and Hebrew students, and essential for anyone learning Greek or Hebrew on their own. Check out the product page to learn more.


  1. Well, this is all GREEK to me…oh, and a little Hebrew! Sorry, it’s been a long day and I really needed a laugh!
    Thank you so much! I am printing now!

  2. Thanks for making this available. However, every time I try to download any of the pdf’s, my browsers (firefox AND IE) crash. Do you know what the problem is?

  3. Kent Hendricks says

    You may want to try right-clicking on the link and saving the file. In Firefox, right-click the “download the PDF” link in the post above, and select “Save Link As”.
    Hope this helps.

  4. Walter Hamer says

    Wonderful! I remember the agony of make a big wall chart in Hebrew class of the verb paradigms. This is sure neat. Thank you to whomever did the work. May God put a gold star on your behavior chart!